Melodic, jazzy, and original: my first Jamendo album, evolution.
I don't know what to call my music; it is somewhere between jazz fusion, progressive rock, and The Twilight Zone.
I do, however, know what to call myself. I have deliberately released this music under my own name—and not some fictional band name—because it is me.
The Album Cover
The photo is of the interior of the St. Augustine Lighthouse.
I chose the name evolution for this album because my musical career has been just that—and this is the point in time where I test my new legs out on the burgeoning continent of the Internet. This is the cycle of life—spiraling ever upward.
From November 27 to December 15, 2006, I wrote detailed “liner notes” for each of the songs on my first Jamendo album, evolution. These were posted to my Wordpress blog; here they are, indexed according to track number:
If you've listened to my music, you know me. Here's the rest.
I'm a public school teacher (middle school science), a husband, and an American Indian. As I mentioned in “All I'll Ever Be,” I switched careers midlife. Before teaching, I was a pharmaceutical research chemist. In addition to music, I enjoy mathematics, physics, and the board game Go.